Laying-out peg, Great Western Railway

Laying-out peg, Great Western Railway, original setting-out peg complete with nail on which the line was fixed, recovered in 1934 from the position which indicated the face line of the original station building at Wolverhampton (Low level) Station, opened in 1854, framed and glazed.

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laying-out peg
British Rail, Historical Relics

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